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Adam is a producer of multi-media, writer, and social entrepreneur based in New Zealand. He graduated with a degree in Social Anthropology from Massey University. Since then, he has undertaken courses in music and theatre studies. Adam has written a book about New Zealand society as seen by well-known New Zealanders; and completed a bi-lingual music tribute to Leonardo da Vinci in 1998, the 500th anniversary of Leonardo’s fresco The Last Supper. Since the new millennium he has been assisting his mother, filmmaker and writer Professor Liz Greenwell, in her two major film projects. The first is the world's first film about cross-sector global cooperation (No Chance to Paint the Canvas,1999-2001, certified as a New Zealand film by the NZ Film Commission); and the second, Watering the Fields of Humanity, is planned to be greatest example of global cooperation ever committed to celluloid. Professor Liz Greenwell passed away on March 29, 2020 and Watering the Fields of Humanity will be a tribute to her ongoing legacy.